We support, promote and lead the pharmacy profession across all sectors of pharmacy in Scotland.
The RPS is a GB-wide organisation, but there are significant differences in policy in Scotland, Wales and England. That’s why Scotland has its own National Pharmacy Board and RPS Scotland team: to ensure we understand and support all our members and the wider profession in Scotland.
Have you met your RPS Regional Ambassador yet? They're here to help!
Unfortunately, we have had to close the RPS Edinburgh office for the time being, and cannot take bookings for the members hub or meetings rooms.
We are working hard to ensure we can welcome members back to the office as soon as possible.
For more information, please contact [email protected]
If you're a pharmacist working in Scotland, we'd love to hear from you.
Read and hear fantastic examples of pharmacy best practice from around Scotland
Links to resources from RPS and NHS Education for Scotland
Read our health inequalities position paper
Our vision for pharmacy in Scotland.
Together we can make a difference.
Read our new Drug use policy.
We have made three core recommendations to support the increased use of PIPs over the next decade.
Help and advice on how to manage difficult or abusive situations in your workplace.
The SPB represent you, are elected by you, and are all pharmacists. Meet the Board and find out how it works.
Supporting members and leading the profession in Scotland, directed by the Scottish Pharmacy Board. Contact us here.
Current policies and consultation responses in Scotland.
Webinars, training and more.
Your Members' Hub is now live - you can now book a hot desk, somewhere to work between meetings, or meet fellow members.
How RPS is advocating for pharmacists across Scotland
For more up-to-the-minute news, discussion and guidance, follow @RPSScotland.